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Make/Play/Watch/Read: Earth Day (April 22)

Honor the Earth on April 22 with Earth Day. This year, the message is Restore the Earth, and we have…

April 16, 2021

Celebrating Art in Our Own Lives on World Art Day

It's World Art Day. Here are some inspiring ways anyone can find art in their own world, and in themselves.

April 15, 2021

‘All Creatures Great and Small’ a Coming Home to Darrowby

The latest series inspired by James Herriot's classic book series brings back memories of growing up loving his stories.

April 12, 2021

Make/Play/Watch/Read: National Library Week (USA)

Celebrate your library with a week full of books, movies, games, and bookmarks. It's National Library Week and they deserve…

April 8, 2021

Preview of LEGO Products for the First Half of 2021

Check out some of LEGO's newest products for the first half of 2021.

April 6, 2021

Survey Says Gamer Moms Not Only Exist, We Excel

It's time we talked about moms in the gamer space.

April 6, 2021

A Themed Egg Hunt Mystery for All Ages

When they outgrow the big outdoor egg hunts, try a themed "mystery" hunt all ages will enjoy. Even grown-ups.

April 3, 2021

Make/Play/Watch/Read: ‘Star Trek’s First Contact – April 5

Prepare for 'Star Trek's First Contact with our fun Make/Play/Watch/Read activities for all ages, newbies and Trekkies alike.

April 2, 2021

Between the Bookends: 4 Books We Read in March 2021

In this month’s between the bookends, Sophie and Rebecca share four books they read in the month of March.

April 1, 2021

Leaf’d Box Subscription Boxes and Education Kits: Perfect Garden Starters for Families

The Leaf'd Box Subscription Boxes and Education Kits are a fun, packaged way to introduce edible gardening to your kids.…

March 29, 2021

Around the World in Seven Scarves

An international collection of scarves and handkerchiefs has been a way for me to get a feel of different countries'…

March 28, 2021

Make/Play/Watch/Read: Greek Mythology

Greek mythology is popular in every form: making DIY crafts, playing tabletop games, watching movies, or reading a great book.

March 26, 2021

The Lost Book Sales of 2020

Looking forward to a year of used book sales, fewer and more spaced out of course, but 2021 should hold…

March 25, 2021

Three Easy Small Painting Ideas that Result in Big Fun

Here are three easy small painting ideas for all ages that prove cool ideas can fit into even little spaces.

March 24, 2021

‘Room to Grow’: A Deceptively Tricky Cactus-Based Indie Puzzle Game

'Room to Grow' is a cute but deceptively tricky puzzle game in which you play as a cactus, pushing another…

March 20, 2021

Make/Play/Watch/Read: Happy Equinox!!

Celebrate the Equinox with our Make/Play/Watch/Read. Balance your Hot Cross Buns with a movie, book, or video game.

March 19, 2021

Easy Doodling and Drawing Special Effect for All Ages

Any age and level of artist can try these simple doodling and drawing ideas that result in some impressive "special…

March 16, 2021

Space Junk On the Rise: Cleaning Up Our Act

Since the dawn of space programs around the world, space junk has been steadily increasing. Find out why this is…

March 15, 2021

‘WandaVision:’ A Journey in Loss, Grief, and Trauma

GeekMom Elizabeth discusses how meaningful Wanda's journey of trauma, loss, and grief in 'WandaVision' is.

March 11, 2021

GeekMom’s International Women’s Day Reading List 2021

Happy International Women's Day! Here is a selection of books that are all great choices to read today, either alone…

March 8, 2021